The production here is legit. The steady foundation, energetic secondary elements, infectious rhythm, and street club vibe result in a likable mixture. The hook is adequate. The delivery is creative, though the vocal effects could’ve been dialed back a tad. The lyrics are the kind that get stuck in one’s head after just a few listens. The verses are kosher. LUNE employs an unorthodox flow, colorful wordplay, and competent rhymes. He lays out a clear cut image of what the phrase “bankroll bounce” is all about. A sprinkling of lines to be aware of include: “She said she know my face. Stalking me on IG. We could take a pic. Don’t think about tagging me. And we don’t have to tell nobody when we in the spot. All these flashing cameras when we passing to the top. Hundred mofos trying to get behind the rope I don’t know. If you ain’t walked inside with me, I hope you brought plenty dough.” One can not deny the boss nature of those bars right there. As a whole, this selection is a good look for Luney.
**My Two Cents: I’m a huge fan of Luney Tunez as a producer. So I was very intrigued to hear what he had to offer as an artist. And I have to say he’s got something going for him. He works the distorted/auto-tune vocals or flow style that is so popular these days pretty well. His word game is fairly on point too. Then he has that Southern charm factor that’s like the cherry on top so to speak. So I dig the single. I think music fans who are open to the new wave of Rap & Hip-Hop will enjoy it also. Those who are a little more traditional and not as open might not feel it as much. But the only way to know for sure is to hit play. So go ahead and check it out. -MinM